181. The code of ethics shall set out the rules of conduct and the duties of the members of the Tribunal towards the public, the parties, their witnesses and the persons who represent them. It shall indicate, in particular, conduct that is derogatory to the honour, dignity or integrity of the members. In addition, the code of ethics may determine activities or situations that are incompatible with their office, their obligations concerning disclosure of interest, and the duties they may perform gratuitously.
The code of ethics shall also set out rules concerning the maintenance of competence of members in the exercise of their functions.
The code of ethics may provide special rules applicable to part-time members.
1996, c. 54, s. 181; 2005, c. 17, s. 23.